The Godmother's Apprentice

The Godmother's Apprentice

by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

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Overview

“Dear Rosie, Being an apprentice fairy godmother is complicated. Not only do I have to go out and find good deeds to do, but for a sidekick I have that hit man that Felicity changed into a toad. I wanted to take the cat but she seems to have had a big funeral to attend. Felicity isn’t around much. She keeps disappearing through a door in the guestroom that opens on the side of a hill. The swimming pool is weird too, and I could have sworn I saw someone dancing on the bottom. I am enjoying riding the flying horse and helping a boy who plays squeezebox and talks to swans though, so things are--you should pardon the expression--looking up.”

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452499536
Publisher: Gypsy Shadow Publishing
Publication date: 11/10/2010
Series: The Godmother's Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 301
Sales rank: 235,800
File size: 245 KB

About the Author

Elizabeth Ann Scarborough is the author of 22 solo fantasy and science fiction novels, including the 1989 Nebula award winning fantasy novel, Healer’s War, loosely based on her service as an Army Nurse in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. She has collaborated thus far on 16 novels with Anne McCaffrey, six in the best selling Petaybee series and eight in the YA bestselling Acorna series, and most recently, the Tales of the Barque Cat series, Catalyst and coming in December 2010, Catacombs (from Del Rey). Her last published solo novel was CLEOPATRA 7.2, soon to be re-released for e-Book download and print on demand under the Fortune imprint of Gypsy Shadow Publishing. She is currently working on a YA fantasy cat mystery, SPAM VS THE VAMPIRE. Website:

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Godmother's Apprentice 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the sequel to The Godmother. Her Godmother series is much darker than Mercedes Lackey's Godmother series. Very good read. Characters are well written. Grimness is balanced with humour. If you like Lackey's books try these.
the1butterfly on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I didn't like this one as much as The Godmother, however I'd recommend it nonetheless. It's less traditional fairy tale and more Irish myths, but it gets points for the King of Cats bit.
SunnySD on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Scarborough 's sequel returns to the world of the Godmother, but not to Seattle. Instead, Sno and Felicity are off to Ireland to recharge Felicity's magic and start Sno along the path to becoming a fairy godmother herself. The story itself plays out as written by Sno in her journal and in emails to her father and to Rose, the social worker who was the main focus of the Godmother. (Rose, unfortunately, does not make an appearance here.) Scarborough continues the adapted fairy tale theme here, pulling heavily from Irish mythology along with Grimm's Fairy Tales. If you enjoyed the Godmoth, chances are this one will suit you, as well.
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